A month after their secret wedding, details about Jay-Z and Beyoncé ‘s prenuptial agreement have surfaced via the National Enquirer.
The Enquirer alleges the couple has signed an agreement stating that if the marriage ends within two years, Jay would have to give Beyoncé several million dollars upfront and an additional million for each year she remains in the marriage, for up to fifteen years.
Speculation about a possible pregnancy could be fueled by the fact that the agreement also includes a multi million dollar award (to make up for loss of income during motherhood) for each child the singer bears to the rapper.
The agreement also allows the songstress access to her husband’s private jet, copious amount of cars, and other luxuries.
Details of the agreement come as Jay-Z has finalized a 15-year agreement deal with the events company Live Nation. The company promotes and produces concerts for artists like Madonna and U2.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé wed officially on April 4 at Jay’s Manhattan apartment.
$150,000,000: Guap Jay-Z is due to receive from his Live Nation contract, along with 775 thousand of the company’s shares.
$83,000,000: The amount of dough Jay-Z reportedly could put in his pocket in 2007 alone according to Forbes.
$36.000,000: Approximate price of a jet like the one Jay-Z owns, which Beyoncé can now take trips on whenever she likes.
$27,000,000: The amount of cheese Beyoncé reportedly put in her purse in 2007 alone according to Forbes.
$25,000,000: The total possible amount Bey could earn if Jay-Z don’t know how to act.
$10,000,000: What Beyoncé receives upfront in the event of the couple’s separation.
$5,000,000: The amount Beyoncé receives from her husband for each seed they have.
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